A hacker discovered a copy of the US No Fly List, which contains the names of people banned from traveling in or out of the US on commercial flights, on an unsecured Jenkins server connected to a commercial airline.
Will AI-powered phishing become a threat for organizations?
Scientists from Carnegie Mellon University have developed a way to sense humans through walls using a deep neural network called DensePose that maps Wi-Fi signals to UV coordinates.
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U.S. ‘No Fly List’ Leaks After Being Left in an Unsecured Airline Server
Why AI-Powered Phishing Will Become a Serious Security Issue for Your Organization
Scientists use Wi-Fi routers to see humans through walls
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